The Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, will be spending Small Business Saturday visiting traders across the borough. Small Business Saturday, on 1 December, is a national campaign which […]
Support for the most vulnerable victims of domestic abuse across Richmond, Wandsworth, Kingston and Merton has been given a boost this White Ribbon Day, thanks to a £483,000 government grant. […]
Merton Council, in partnership with the borough’s Faith and Belief Forum are encouraging residents to take part in Interfaith Week from 11-18 November, to celebrate diversity in their communities.
A busy high street has been designated as a 20 miles per hour zone to improve safety for road users and pedestrians. Merton Council, after consultation with Wimbledon Village Business […]
Merton Arts Space will be hosting electro duo, Spray on Monday 22 October. Performing live, Spray are inviting fans of 80s pop, 90s dance and techno to come and party […]
Residents will be able to start recycling even more materials from their homes this national Recycle Week, as Merton Council prepares to start a new recycling and rubbish collection service […]
Do you know an older person who has made a valuable contribution to Merton? If so, Mayor of Merton, Councillor Mary Curtin is inviting senior residents in the borough to […]
In July, Merton Council’s Trading Standards teamed up alongside B.W.Y. Canine Ltd detection dog unit outside the civic centre to bring residents the Illegal Tobacco Road Show. These road shows have […]
Put the petal to the metal and join our very own Merton ‘in bloom’ contest. Merton Council are calling all keen gardeners. Are you interested in making your borough a […]
Merton’s Colliers Wood Library has been shortlisted for the Bookseller’s Library of the Year Award. The prestigious award, open to all libraries across the UK, was announced on Friday 13 July.